Items Tagged with 'Multifamily debt'

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  • MBA: Commercial, multifamily mortgages continue performing historically well

    Delinquencies remain near historic lows
    It was basically the same song, different verse for commercial and multifamily mortgages at the end of 2018, with those mortgages continuing to perform at historic levels throughout the fourth quarter. According to newly released data from the MBA, delinquency rates on commercial and multifamily mortgages remained near historic lows during the fourth quarter, just as they did all year.
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  • JLL subsidiary makes big move into commercial real estate debt

    LaSalle Investment Management acquiring Latitude Management Real Estate Investors
    LaSalle Investment Management, a real estate investment manager and a wholly owned subsidiary of Jones Lang LaSalle, is making a big play in the commercial real estate debt market. LaSalle announced Monday that it entered into an agreement to make a majority acquisition of the $1.2 billion debt fund business of Latitude Management Real Estate Investors, a commercial real estate lender.
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  • Freddie Mac promotes Steve Lansbury to SVP of multifamily underwriting and credit

    Taking over for Deborah Jenkins, who is to become EVP and head of multifamily business
    Freddie Mac just promoted Steve Lansbury to senior vice president of multifamily underwriting & credit. Lansbury will be taking Deborah Jenkins place as she prepares to move up to executive vice president and head of multifamily business for Freddie Mac at the beginning of 2019.
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  • MBA: Commercial/multifamily outstanding debt posts largest Q1 increase since recession

    Commercial/multifamily debt is on the rise as each major investor class increases its holdings
    Outstanding commercial/multifamily mortgage debt just posted the largest first quarter increase since before the Great Recession, a report from the Mortgage Bankers Association shows. MBA Vice President of Commercial Real Estate Research Jamie Woodwell said that this is an encouraging sign that indicates a strong market.
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